Ayeisha McFerran was awarded the full set as she was named in the 2018 Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division I All-America honors.
Chris Cargo has hailed the “amazing” World Cup atmosphere as Bhubaneswar and the Indian crowds have gone wild for the event, turning the city into a mecca for hockey.
Annadale snatched a late win over Cork C of I in the men’s EYHL; the women’s ISC saw most of the big guns prevail; here’s the Saturday round-up
The final weekend of men’s national club outdoor competition sees a key battle at the bottom of the EYHL while the scramble for EYHL Division 2 playoff places reaches the halfway point.
After six games without a win, Rathgar have suddenly jumped to seven points with two wins in four days to launch themselves away from the bottom rung of Leinster Division One.
Portrane and Rathgar shared a crazy 5-5 draw at the High School as both sides blew good leads and produced big comebacks before settling for the final score in one of the highlights of men’s Leinster Division One.
Ireland’s men finished their World Cup preparations with a rough 7-1 loss to the Netherlands in Amstelveen with five goals coming in the last 18 minutes.
Corinthian became the first team to breach the Trinity defence in Leinster Division One but it was not enough to maintain their perfect start as a 1-1 draw punctured both those records on Sunday.
Loreto and Pegasus extended their advantage over the table with wins in the women’s EYHL; Pembroke produced another stunning comeback in men’s EYHL while Glenanne march on in the ISC; here’s the round-up
Lauren Tracey’s single goal saw Loreto Foxrock score a key win in Section B of the Leinster schoolgirls Senior Premier League, continuing their perfect start to the campaign.
Thirty-eight Irish hockey projects have applied for over €2,000,000 in the 2018 round of sports capital grants with the hope of an improved return from the government initiative.
Nicola Torrans’ goal gave Corinthian the first piece of daylight at the top of the women’s Leinster Division One table as they made it five wins from five with a 1-0 success against Glenanne.
Avoca got their men’s Leinster Division One season up and running with a fine 4-2 win over Kilkenny at Blackrock, lifting them off the bottom of the table; UCD stay top with Corinthian a point back in second
Glenanne moved top of men’s EYHL; Loreto and Pegasus stay locked at top of the women’s EYHL; here are all the key results from across those competitions, Leinster and Munster Division One as well as the IHC and IJC
The Neville Cup will see a couple of novel semi-final match-ups as the new registrations rules have served up plenty of opportunity for Leinster Division One sides as EYHL sides tumbled out on Sunday.
Naas claimed their first ever Leinster Division One victory on Saturday as they beat Genesis 2-0 at Caragh Road, marking a famous day for the club.
Queens, Monkstown and Catholic Institute all continued their winning ways in women’s EYHL2 while UCC got off the mark; here’s the day three round-up
Glenanne fought back three times to keep their unbeaten run going; draw masters Cork C of I tied with Cookstown; Cork Quins won at Railway; here’s Saturday’s key results
University of Ulster won the Mauritius Cup last weekend while UCD’s women retained the Chilean Cup for another year despite a much-changed squad.
Ulster Hockey Talent Coach and Ireland World Cup silver medal heroine Shirley McCay will return to her roots on Saturday night when Omagh celebrate their 60th anniversary at a gala function at the Silver Birch Hotel.